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Water is a precious resource that is essential for all living things, and the CITW team recognises the importance of teaching children all about water conservation. With over 663 million people worldwide living without a safe water supply close to their homes and schools, spending countless hours queuing or trekking to distant sources, CITW Zambezi...
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CITW Zambezi is immensely proud of one of our very own scholarship students, Dr Larry Mtenje, who recently graduated with honours from the University of Zimbabwe, as a medical doctor. Larry has been a part of the Children in the Wilderness scholarship programme for the past seven years, during which we have had the honour...
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World Wildlife Day is celebrated annually on the 3rd of March in support of animals and plants across the world.  The UN General Assembly has reaffirmed the natural value of wildlife and its various contributions – including ecological, genetic, social, economic, scientific, educational, cultural, recreational and aesthetic – to sustainable development and human wellbeing! This...
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The CITW Zambezi team is thrilled to announce our recent partnership with Mummy’s Angels Zimbabwe. Mummy’s Angels is a registered trust based in Victoria Falls, created to provide assistance for expectant and new mothers who have nothing to welcome their babies into the world with. Over the past few years, this organisation, made up of...
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The CITW Zambezi team is thrilled to announce that following the success of our two Literacy Centres, Jafuta and Jabulani, we have recently opened a third centre at Chidobe Primary School, located a short drive from Victoria Falls. With this, throughout the last week of January, the CITW Zambezi team, in collaboration with a Stellar...
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February was off to a busy start for the CITW Zambezi team, who were able to carry out the first of four Eco-Mentor trainings for 2023. With 59 Eco-Clubs spread across Zimbabwe and Zambia, the first Eco-Mentor training entailed 56 Eco-Mentors from 23 of our Victoria Falls, Lupane and Hwange Eco-Clubs gathering in Victoria Falls...
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At the beginning of this week, the CITW Zambezi team was able to carry out a large reusable sanitary pack distribution to approximately 100 young girls from Grades 5 through 7 at Mizpah Primary School just outside of Victoria Falls. The packs were made by a local group of ladies who work under the banner...
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CITW Zambezi is thrilled to announce that the Jabulani Community Literacy Centre has officially opened. With the help of the surrounding community members, CITW was given the opportunity to renovate and refurbish an abandoned preschool in the heart of Jabulani village, and turn it into a literacy centre for the entire community. Zimbabwe used to...
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CITW Zambezi is thrilled to announce the recent opening of the Ngamo Clinic in the rural Tsholotsho area of Zimbabwe. CITW was able to help make the dream of a rural clinic a reality for the people of Ngamo by building and setting up two maternal waiting houses for expectant mothers, as well as donating...
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We are so pleased to announce that thanks to a very kind and generous donor, CITW Zambezi has been able to pay USD10 000 worth of school fees to St Mary’s Primary School. This donation covers the school fees for every student at the school until the end of 2022. With the ramifications of COVID-19, and...
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